The Office of Neighborhood Involvement and SE Uplift are excited to offer the sixth year of the City of Portland’s Neighborhood Small Grants Program. They invite neighborhood associations and community-based organizations in Portland to apply.
This year, a total of $46,058 is available to neighborhood and community-based organizations in the Southeast Uplift coalition area. Grant proposals may range from $1,000 to $7,500. The submission deadline is Nov. 1. A grants writing workshop will be held at SE Uplift Thursday, Sept. 29.
To find out more about the grants program and to apply, please visit www.southeastuplift.org
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Hi Reuben. Bill Beeson here. I wanted to let you know that on Wed. Oct. 14 there will be a volunteer orientation to be a host for the family homeless shelter at the Sunnyside Methodist Church. The contact person is Laurie McStroul. It starts at 4:00 at the church in the Common Cup area. Thanks